BlackBerry Tour now arrives from Sprint
Are you currently looking for a new smartphone to replace your previous one that just died? Well, there are tons of choices out there to make even the most seasoned phone user befuddled, and Sprint isn’t helping either with their latest BlackBerry offering – the BlackBerry Tour. This handset is now available from the self-proclaimed “most dependable 3G network” in America, allowing you to stay connected not only domestically but whenever you head overseas – just make sure you can afford to pay for the international roaming fees lest you rack up a monthly data bill that is more than enough to purchase a brand new car.
This powerful mobility tool is one sophisticated device which ultimately aims to make you even more productive (seriously, where do you draw the line between keeping your own life and letting the company own ALL of you) and better equipped to handle the deluge of appointments in personal as well as business lives. Folks who have an active social calendar will find the BlackBerry Tour to be an effective tool in keeping them connected, offering easy access to most people’s favorite social networking sites including Flickr, MySpace and Facebook. Well, guess this means you can get your poking done just about anywhere you are, but on the downside it might turn you into an addict in the process.
Other features of the BlackBerry Tour smartphone includes a vibrant high-resolution display at 480 x 360 pixels, the intuitive trackball navigation found in most BlackBerrys, a full QWERTY keyboard, corporate and personal email with attachment viewing, a built-in calendar to keep track of your appointments, an integrated address book and a microSDHC memory card slot that offers the potential to add up to 16GB of expandable memory. A 3.2-megapixel camera is there for you to snap photos on the go, where you get variable zoom, auto focus, flash and image stabilization to help you capture the best looking image possible. Interested? Sprint is offering the BlackBerry Tour for $199.99 with a two-year service agreement and after a $50 instant rebate and $100 mail-in rebate.